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World economy is 'in a danger zone', says Zoellick

World stock markets have dropped sharply after a series of grim warnings over prospects for the global economy.

The president of the World Bank, Robert Zoellick, said the world's economy was "in a danger zone".

The comments came after the Federal Reserve warned that the US economy faced "significant downside risks".

  • 22 Sep 2011
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